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house says u.s. citizens in japan should listen to the u.s. and not japan when it comes to evacuation plans. we are going to have up to the second information for you next. >> weatherwise today in maryland we hit 58th street. we are already above average today. warmer weather on the way tomorrow. we were within 2 degrees. susie out about them, you are our winner. we are back with your winning forecast right after this. this week, make pasta night more exciting for your family with a little help from the italian sausage experts: try... since 1945, this delicious italian sausage has been made with only the most premium cuts of pork and unique blends of quality herbs and spices you can actually see. and the taste? why not let the empty plates speak for themselves. make pasta night a weekly dinner your family looks forward to. choose johnsonville, america's favorite italian sausage. brand power. helping you buy better. >> only on abc2 news, we have the morgan pears, smokey the bear, and look at all of these bears and cubs at deep creek lake. it's like most of us during march madness. it's
with the u.s. department of agriculture say wasp. they are being raised in quarantine in delaware. once released we are told they could destroy up to 80% of the stink bug population. scientist say the wasp don't appear to attack each other. that's beneficial. they hope to be able to release the wasp in 2013. what? 45 degrees right now. winds southwest at 3. light breeze. beautiful day today. lots of blue skies. just gorgeous weather. lights breeze. sunshine everywhere. performing arts school outside of andrews air force base in annapolis. naval academy looking good. little muddy out there. no snow on the ground. temperatures 45 baltimore. 41 dulles. winds have been light through the day. just a little bit of a breeze that will pick up tomorrow night as the winds shift northerly. in the meantime we'll warm up tomorrow. right now highs have been around close to 50. not quite getting there. tomorrow we'll improve those numbers. take you through ann arundel county. shady side 62 tomorrow. forest hill 58. perryman 58 degrees with lots of sunshine. satellite and radar clear up and down the ea
. that and more plus the complete forecast at 11:00. >>> submarine corps has the oldest official sopping in the u.s. military -- song in the u.s. military and we believe we found the oldest living marine in the country. we found him today at the golden corral in rosedale. his name is richard james reinhardt, he's 103 years old. if you don't believe him then card him! >> i've been an employee here for 10 years. i've been waiting on mr. reinhardt probably for the past 10 years. he comes in, in the morning for breakfast. >> the day he came in with his girlfriend. he's dating a younger woman. 103 years old, mr. reinhardt! how about that? that's great. >>> we're still getting calls about the towson slogan. towson, not toeson. >> people from the area -- from outside of the area. negative. no. >>> quick check of the radar. still a little rain moving in. passing shower through perry hall now, going to head up i-95 through bel air and hunt valley. main rain overnight tonight. watch for a wet commute in the morning. >> diane sawyer next up at 6:30 live from japan on "world news tonight."
, they threatened the west coast of the u.s.. the quake hit at 2:46 tokyo time with a magnitude of 8.9. then came the walls of water. big walls of water sweeping the cars and homes into the waves. president obama spoke with the princer this morning -- to the prime minister this morning. >> i offered our friends whatever assistance is needed. hundreds of bodies were found in the coastal city of sendai. >>> the images struck close to home. a group of boy scouts feared for the lives of their friends. here's more. >> reporter: we've seen the images from destruction. when a group of boy scouts saw the same pictures, they couldn't help but think of their friends. >> the earthquake there was 5 in the seismic intensity. >> reporter: this attorney serves as their scout master and he's traveled to the sister city and he's hosted the students here. >> it's amazing, the bonds in the two week times -- they're strong. scouts continue to communicate to one another by the internet and by facebook. so, when they heard this news, they're concerned. >> reporter: a japanese contingent of scouts traveled here next ye
: the case went through the appeals court. we got the final answer from the u.s. supreme court. justice in favor of the church. many don't agree with their message, the members of the church are protected. there was one defending vote. tonight at 11:00, snider's reaction to the decision and what comes next. >>> no doubt, this is our hot topic. did the high court make the right call when it comes to protestors and military funerals. >>> the base realignment going on may be making it time to realign our thinking. the jobs are slowly coming. we have thousands out of work still. we have more on how harford is waiting for what they've been promised. >> reporter: signs like this one advertise jobs in aberdeen are few and far between. harford county reached a new high with 11,000 out of work. this electrician is still looking for work. >> it's tough. i've been looking for a job for at least a year. i'm an electrician, experienced and no one wants to hire nobody. >> reporter: the promise of new jobs may ring hollow to 7.5%. economic leaders have numbers of their own. >> we have 3800 jobs filled
. >> they think it was the weather. the bugs weren't in the u.s. until the late 90s when they came over on a cargo ship. they're not from here, that's why they have no natural predators. they have the run of the house and crops. >> they'll attack fruits, vegetables and ornamentals and trees and shrubs. there's hardly anything they won't attack. >> she had most of her crop destroyed last year. the pests hang out in packs. >> they're talking about this year, we could see if these come out in biblical proportions like a plague. we're all on pins and needles waiting for them. they can't be like a normal bug. no, they don't die in the winter. >> reporter: they're not normal. >> you spray them, they'll fall over, they'll look dead and they'll be like that for up todays. then, they'll turn around and go on. >> reporter: she's worried about the peaches this spring. scientists say they're in well over 30 states and she wishes maryland wasn't one of them. >>> and scientists are working with a wasp from asia. they want to be careful about introducing a new species over here. >>> now, maryland's most powerful
exposed twice. the u.s. navy is moving several ships away from the plant after detecting low levels of radiation. our military is committed to helping japan get through the crisis but trying to find ways to do so without furthering endangering our own forces there. >>> a group of students left the country to come to anne arundel county. a day after the massive quake hit the class of about 2 students arrived here -- 23 students arrived here saturday and taking part in classes at arundel high school. it's a different scene from what they would be dealing with in their home country. right now their school is closed because of the damage. >> even though our area is away from the area, we have a lot of confusion, especially in the present condition. >> a lot of students are scheduled to be here through this coming sunday. it may be tough to get to pitch in physically with relief efforts, that's why we pick up the phones and make donations, hoping a bit of cash will make a difference. it might. to scammers if you're not careful. j.c. joce sterman has a warning about how they are using t
. the u.s. department of agriculture confirms a beetle has been found in baltimore. what? what is this? it's an asian beetle that arrives in a container of crafts from china earlier this month. experts warn these beetles can cause serious problems. they have an appetite for wood. that's just great. >> interesting. not so welcome a visitor. >>> 47 degrees at the airport. running colder than average as we have been now for more than a week. the first day or two of spring was actually seasonable. after that, colder than average. humidity dry, 18% winds are northwest at 12. i got a few pictures to show you from my visits from appletonned a ventist academy in columbia. i spoke to fifth graders there. they showed me some spirit. they did here. waving hi to everybody at home. a great time out out there at appleton adventist academy today. on the weather front, sunshine and clouds. a decent day but cooler than average even with the sunshine. laurel, i mean, a good-looking day but again that chill just holding tough throughout the day. dry tomorrow. we find nothing on maryland's most powerful dopp
's self help sessions but today a u.s. house committee came to town, talking about fraud and lender errors. governor o'malley says maryland is fighting to give homeowners here a fighting chance. >> adequate protections to homeowners. >> the state does have a foreclosure moratorium going on. this is meant to let judges get a chance to review the fine print and work out the mistakes that have been made. >>> unless it's uncle frank calling to pay for your vacation think twice. the "scam alert" is about picking up your own tab for vacation this summer. joce sterman has more. who is cheating on their taxes? not just ripping off uncle sam for $5 or $10. we mean hundreds of thousands of dollars. we name names, next. >> looking forward to that. almost 50 at bwi marshall today. 51 is the average for part of early march. so nothing unusual there. the 2-degree guarantee was 50 so our 2-degree guarantee winner, oliver avery from owings mills. congratulations. you get a abc2 news storm umbrella. get your name to abc2news.com. we'll be right back with the forecast. ñ >>> wouldn't it be great if someone
at home. he is calling for a comprehensive safety review of the 104 nuclear reactors here in the u.s. the president wants to make sure they can withstand earthquakes and other disasters. jamie, back to you. >> have you ever stopped and stared at any street corner in baltimore? notice everybody has a cell phone glued to their ear? how much money is verison and at&t making? second thought, which might be your thought sabt your health. abc2 news, what do you hear? >> jamie, as you know, these dais somebody is texting or talking. i know i'm guilty of it. we are addicted to our cell phones, but is it an unhealthy relationship? this is now more murky. we'll give you the details, which measured their brain activity while they were on a call. basically researchers found there was some activity on their brains when these testers were on a call. the only problem is, their study opens up new questions about whether that activity is good or bad. >> it wasn't abnormal activity. it was normal metabolic activity. clearly related to the cell phone signal. that really is very important information
sentence. a member of the u.s. national soccer team was also injured in the crash. >>> tonight, police are looking for an arsonist that set three separate fires in the hallway today at an apartment complex. >>> we came in the living room, i had to open the balcony window. it took me down to the ladder. i couldn't catch my breath, i had to go to the hospital. >> the same arsonist may have set fires in other homes there. fortunately, no one was injured. day, it was warm. today, record breaking temperatures. 81 at bwi. that's a new record, beating the old one set back in 1989. all right, highs today, across the board, up around 81 in cockeysville and 80 in clarksville and 75 in chestertown on the eastern shore flinch i'm telling you, this is a warm, warm day out there. temperatures are still in the upper 70s. radar, and a little action to the west and west virginia and ohio. things will be cooler as we go into the day tomorrow. just the chance of a morning shower and 60 in the afternoon. a nice day and our last day of winter which comes tomorrow will be cooler. >>> well, all week long, we
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